Energy Companies Gives GOP To Do List for 2004
Criticism Increases Over Bush Immigration Plan
U.S. Withdraws 400 WMD Hunters in Iraq
Report: Bush Systematically Misrepresented Iraq Threat
Top Iraqi Cleric Criticizes U.S. Handover Plans
I.M.F. Warns U.S. Over Rising Foreign Debt
Kadiatou Diallo, Mother of Amadou, Discusses $3M NYC Settlement
We speak with Kadiatou Diallo, mother of Amadou Diallo, a West African immigrant who was unarmed when four white police officers gunned him down in a hail of 41 bullets. The City of New York agreed to pay the Diallo family $3 million to settle a lawsuit stemming from the killing.
America Behind The Color Line - A Conversation With Renowned Scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Renowned scholar and chair of Harvards African-American studies department Henry Louis Gates joins in our firehouse studios to discuss Colin Powell, Cornel West and how the African American experience has transformed from a civil rights movement into a class struggle.
Bracero Redux: Bush Immigration Proposal Creates New Pool of Temporary Workers
We speak with Rep. Jose Serrano (D-NY) about President Bushs proposal to allow some undocumented workers to apply for government permission to legally work in the U.S. for three years at a time.